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Each of our grants has its own stipulations about how the grant money can be used. You can click here to learn more about our available grants and how you may use the grant money.

Our grants each have their own eligibility requirements and deadlines. You can click here to learn more about our available grants. Please read the requirements carefully before you apply. 

That’s OK! Not every schoolteacher teaches every subject. For the elementary grades, textbooks with teacher’s guides will give you the structure and the teaching tools that you need to teach subjects you’re unfamiliar with.

When your child reaches high school, you can call on subject specialists to help you out! Think about reaching out to your friends, family, faith community, homeschool groups, local networks, and online communities to for help with tutoring your teen, grading essays, or answering questions. You can also have your high schooler take outside courses at a co-op, community college, or online.

For an added boost to your confidence, keep in mind that homeschooling melds two of the strongest predictors of academic achievement: parental involvement and one-on-one learning.

Yes, we accept grant reapplicants. However, if you’ve received a grant in the past, make sure that you’ve submitted the required grant usage and/or receipt documentation showing how you used your prior grant.

Note that even if you’ve received a Compassion Grant before, there’s a chance that the deadlines or eligibility requirements have changed. Please click here to preview the grants that we offer and read carefully through the appropriate article before reapplying.


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Average to Strong College Prep Plan

This sample high school plan would be appropriate for students entering community college or applying to most four-year colleges and universities.

Community: A Vital Part of Homeschool Life | Ep.105

Chris Butler joins Jim Mason in a conversation on the power of homeschooling in community—you don’t have to take the journey alone!

Community College (and Other Alternative Routes to College Credit)

Have you considered community college for your teen? It can form an affordable bridge from high school to a four-year

The Homeschool Community: Bringing Joy and Healing to Families | Ep.107

Join Nicole Doyle and HSLDA President Jim Mason as they discuss the value of community, fostering joy in children, and the healing that homeschooling brings to families!

Meet Cece, A Competitive Swimmer Devoted to Community Engagement

This homeschooled student is a hard worker and competitive swimmer, but she’s demonstrated her true passion—community engagement—through work with the State Department and a project in her hometown focused on veterans.

Lawmakers Quietly Crack Down on Homeschooling

Germany’s antipathy toward home education seems to have infected lawmakers representing the neighboring German-speaking Community in Belgium

2023 Winners of the Servant Leadership Award

This award recognizes homeschooled teens for exemplary community service. Read about past winners and nominate a teen you know.

He Wanted to Serve His Community. City Told Him to Get a GED First

This homeschool graduate wanted to serve his community by fighting fires and helping the injured. But when he applied for a city’s firefighter training, a hiring clerk said his homeschool diploma disqualified him.

“Homeschooling in Brazil Is a Fact. It’s Not Going Away.”

As the Brazilian supreme court prepares to rule on a high-profile case involving home education, the homeschool community in Brazil is not only flourishing—it’s growing.